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[Files] IOUSB System 2.0 Update with OS 4.0 supportANN.lu
Posted on 19-Aug-2002 14:05 GMT by IOSPIRIT4 comments
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IOUSB, developed by IOSPIRIT, is a system for USB-device-drivers that allows them to access USB stacks via a uniform API. Thus any driver that builds upon it can theoretically be used with every USB-stack on the AMIGA.

Apart from the already existing support for Poseidon (Highway/Subway, MorphOS), support has been added for the Sirion-stack (Thylacine, Highway/Subway) in cooperation with the AmigaOS 4.0 development team. Thus it is now also possible to use devices covered by IOUSB with the Thylacine USB-board and the upcoming AmigaOS 4.0.

The update to version 2.0 can be found on our download-page. It also contains an update to version 1.1 of the iousbscanner.device fixing a timing-problem with the Epson Perfection 1650.

IOUSB System 2.0 Update with OS 4.0 support : Comment 1 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by cOrpse on 19-Aug-2002 13:08 GMT
Its good to hear software support for OS4.
Is the OS4 Stack supporting PCI USB cards ( e.g. in the amigaOne / Mediator PCI slots ) or just amigaOne on board USB and clock port / Zorro devices ?
IOUSB System 2.0 Update with OS 4.0 support : Comment 2 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 19-Aug-2002 22:04 GMT
Thanks. The more common API the better.
IOUSB System 2.0 Update with OS 4.0 support : Comment 3 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Kelly Samel on 20-Aug-2002 13:37 GMT
Could a device driver be developed for
use on Amithlon? Would be nice to have
some good USB support there too, although
I am not sure what is planned already for
version 2. Anway it's great to see some
standardized efforts towards USB developing...
IOUSB System 2.0 Update with OS 4.0 support : Comment 4 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Chris Hodges on 20-Aug-2002 17:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Kelly Samel):
There is something in development for a certain x86-based Amiga emulation system (of a name I don't want to mention to avoid further threats from a certain developer (no not Bernie)) by some other guy and it looks very promising indeed.
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